the Illinois Register
This collection contains items from the IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law.
Formed in 1900 with the merger of Chicago College of Law and Kent College of Law, IIT Chicago-Kent is an academic institution located in Chicago's West Loop devoted to training students for the practice of law. The College is a vibrant scholarly community that contributes to academic and public policy discourse on a wide range of legal issues.
With more than 500,000 volumes, the Library at the IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law houses an extensive collection of United States, foreign, and international legal materials. The Library serves as a depository for U.S. Government, United Nations, and European Union documents, and also maintains a large collection of Illinois-specific legal materials.
The Illinois Register is a weekly publication documenting proposed, adopted, emergency, and other administrative rulemaking activities within the government of Illinois. The digitized collection of the complete Illinois Register (1977-2001) is a result of a collaboration among the IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law, the David C. Shapiro Memorial Law Library, Northern Illinois University College of Law (Volume 1), and the Cook County Law Library (Volume 2). Digitized archives of the Illinois Register forward from 2002 are available at the Illinois Secretary of State website.